As many of you may already know, Houston head coach Tom Herman has accepted the Texas Longhorns job. While everyone has been talking about the move, what is forgotten is the players who Herman is leaving behind in Houston.
Today has to feel like Christmas for Texas Longhorns fans as they finally got the man they wanted. It was reported earlier in the day that Houston head coach Tom Herman has accepted the same position at Texas after they fired Charlie Strong.
It’s been a very rough three years for Texas Longhorns head coach Charlie Strong. With rumors of him losing his job, his team laid an egg on Friday by losing to the TCU Horned Frogs.
Since Thursday, LSU fans have been wondering how things were going to shake out regarding their head coaching position. After Florida State’s Jimbo Fisher declined the job again, all the attention now was focused on interim coach Ed Orgeron and Houston’s Tom Herman.
We all thought Thursday would be a slow news day due to Thanksgiving, but things definitely picked up later in the day. As LSU was getting ready to take on Texas A&M, there were reports that the Tigers had a deal in place to make Houston’s Tom Herman their next head coach.
Ever since Texas stunning loss to Kansas last Saturday, many have been waiting to hear the news of head coach Charlie Strong been relieved of his duties. Once that happens, the clock will start to tick as the Longhorns wait to hear from Houston head coach Tom Herman.
The winless Cleveland Browns already know that their season is over, so the next step is to try to figure out what needs to change this off-season. With Robert Griffin III going down early due to an injury, many feel like the Browns need to look for a franchise quarterback in the NFL Draft.
The Mississippi State Bulldogs upset the #4 Texas A&M Aggies in Starkville on Saturday. While many Aggies fans are not happy with the result of this game, there was another issue on Saturday that had them fired up as well.
I think it is safe to say that the Tennessee Volunteers fans have a love-hate relationship with head coach Butch Jones. This was definitely on display on Saturday, when the Volunteers faced off with a Tennessee Tech team, which everyone knew would be overmatched.
Signs are beginning to point to the University of Texas preparing to move on from head coach Charlie Strong. Does it make sense? Of course not. But it seems some in charge at Texas have seen everything they need to see in just three seasons with Strong at the helm.